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Funeral held in southern Manitoba for slain mother, children, niece

Funeral held in southern Manitoba for slain mother, children, niece

CARMAN, Man. — Mourners gathered in southern Manitoba on Wednesday to remember five family members killed in what police have called an unimaginable tragedy.
Vilardi propels Jets to 6-3 win over Wild

Vilardi propels Jets to 6-3 win over Wild

WINNIPEG — Laurent Brossoit didn’t exactly get his wish, but the Winnipeg Jets earned a victory and that’s all that counts.
Manitoba government points to low inflation rate after fuel-tax cut

Manitoba government points to low inflation rate after fuel-tax cut

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's NDP government touted its recent fuel-tax cut as an inflation-buster Tuesday, while the Opposition Progressive Conservatives accused the government of letting costs rise elsewhere.
Saskatchewan Premier Moe in India amid country's diplomatic tensions with Ottawa

Saskatchewan Premier Moe in India amid country's diplomatic tensions with Ottawa

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is in India to promote trade despite heightened tensions between Canada and the overseas country. Moe says he wants to maintain and expand markets that thousands of Saskatchewan jobs rely upon.
Staffer severance payments reach $1.7M after Manitoba government changes hands

Staffer severance payments reach $1.7M after Manitoba government changes hands

WINNIPEG — Severance payments to political staff following last year's Manitoba election have reached about $1.
'It's devastating': Three children, two seniors dead in Saskatchewan house fire

'It's devastating': Three children, two seniors dead in Saskatchewan house fire

DAVIDSON, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA — Investigators sifted through the charred remains of a home in central Saskatchewan on Monday following a fire that left three children and two seniors dead.
Louis Riel portrait updated to recognize Métis leader as first premier of Manitoba

Louis Riel portrait updated to recognize Métis leader as first premier of Manitoba

WINNIPEG — A portrait of Louis Riel hanging in the provincial legislature now recognizes the Métis leader as Manitoba's first premier.
Some eggs recalled in Saskatchewan due to possible salmonella contamination

Some eggs recalled in Saskatchewan due to possible salmonella contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling some eggs due to possible salmonella contamination. A recall warning notice says the eggs were sold in Saskatchewan.

WHL roundup: Hitmen rally in third to beat Warriors 5-3

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — The visiting Calgary Hitmen scored three unanswered goals in the third period and beat the Moose Jaw Warriors 5-3 in Western Hockey League action on Saturday at Moose Jaw Events Centre.
WestJet flight diverts to Winnipeg after passenger tries to open door

WestJet flight diverts to Winnipeg after passenger tries to open door

WINNIPEG — A flight from Vancouver to Toronto made an unscheduled stop after a passenger attempted to open a door. WestJet says in an email that Flight 710 diverted to Winnipeg after the incident on Friday.
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